The combination of sour cream and this food… It has antioxidant effects
Studies have shown that if you put oi pickles in sour cream, cholesterol levels in food can be lowered and antioxidant effects can be seen. Sour cream refers to a cream made by fermenting regular cream with lactic acid bacteria.
Researchers at Poznan University of Life Sciences in Poland conducted a study using sour cream and cucumbers to find out the benefits between sour cream and pickled vegetables.
The researchers stored transparent containers containing sour cream, sour cream with raw cucumbers, and sour cream with pickles in light for three weeks, and measured cholesterol content and antioxidant activity at the end of the storage period.
As a result, it was found that the cholesterol content of sour cream containing oi pickles was significantly reduced. It also inhibited the production of oxysterol, a cholesterol oxidation product that causes carcinogenicity and arteriosclerosis, and increased the antioxidant properties and metabolic lactic acid bacteria activity. The same result was found when pickled vegetables were used as well as oipicles.
Dr. Dorota Kais Sokolinska, who participated in the study, said she looked at the benefits of sour cream containing oi pickles produced by natural fermentation, which lowered cholesterol levels in sour cream, which is known to be high in saturated fat and cholesterol.